Graduate Teaching Assistants at Wichita State University give their company a 4.7 out of 5.0, while the average rating for Wichita State University is 4.5, making them 4% happier than every other employee at Wichita State University and 4% happier than every other Graduate Teaching Assistant on CareerBliss - the happiest Graduate Teaching Assistants work for Cleveland State University.
"I've worked for Wichita State University for over a year as a graduate teaching assistant. The benefits are awesome. I just wish the department has enough funding to hire right amount of TAs. I was the TA for over 150 students each semester. It was kinda rough sometimes but not impossible."
"It was a great experience but cannot be taken as a career."
"I worked here as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for 20 hours a week while I was a student. It was a good experience but this position obviously cannot be taken as a career."
"I worked here as a Graduate Teaching Assistant while pursuing Masters Degree. During this job I came across the opportunity to have hands on Composites Manufacturing, Manufacturing Methods/Materials (Instrumentation, CNC, Welding, RTM, etc.) and Engineering Graphics Lab (CATIA)."
"I worked in Wichita State University part time since Jan 2012. It has been a great experience and all the staff and students are just great to work with and learn good stuff."
"I am just working as a teaching assistant for industrial and manufacturing department in this university. I am having a good experience and getting expertise in teaching/training and CAD development using CATIA software. I previously had 3 years of experience in a manufacturing industry and looking forward to achieve some more expertise by applying whatever knowledge I have and learn new things."
"I have worked with Wichita State University since 2012. Worked as a Graduate Research Assistant with National Institute for Aviation & Research for 6 months and worked on cutting and grinding composites. Worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for Routing and Switching lab 1 in 2013 and helped with cabling, troubleshooting of routers and switches."
What do you like about working at Wichita State University?
"Working as a team and eagerness to make new things happen."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"The person should be selected on the basis of his education and his willingness to work for the company."
What don't you like about working at Wichita State University?
"Not appraising the work and there should not be any politics."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"Good work environment and unity among the employment makes them happier while working."
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